Wanderers humbled by Beston Chambeshi men Nkana

wanderers fall at the hand of nkana in week 18 of mtn faz super league

Bestone Chambeshi men Nkana humbled the Mighty Mufulira Wanderers 2-1 at Nkana Stadium in the "Mopani Derby" of the Zambia Super League on Sunday.   Shadreck Musonda and Simon Bwalya scored for Nkana in this Week 18 FAZ MTN match.   Nkana went up just after four minutes when winger Musonda converted from the penalty spot after keeper Chrispin Chisowa fouled Danny Silavwe in the box.   It wasn't very long into second half when Ronald Sate Sate Kampamba set up substitute Simon Bwalya for Nkana's second goal in the 51st. Bwalya had replaced Bornwell Mwape two minutes before scoring.   Nkana were heading for a 2-0 win before striker Rahim Osumanu pulled one back for Mighty a minute away from the full time.   Nkana move to 28 points from

I have a running contract with Nkana – Simon Bwalya

Simon Bwalya nkana central midfielder

Nkana football club midfielder Simon Bwalya has clearly stated that he is not leaving the 12 times Zambian super league champions amid speculations linking him with a move back to arch rivals Power Dynamos. Recently, social media has been flooded with numerous rumors of Simon wanting to trek to Power Dynamos. "Good evening my beloved Nkana family. I just want you to know that I still have a running contract with the team, meaning am still a Nkana player. I have never signed anything with power", Bwalya posted on his Facebook page.   The Kitwe giants have also acquired the services of Central defender Aaron Katebe and defensive midfielder Sam Chilupe on 12 months and 24 months contracts respectively. Nkana Football Club, Chief Executive

Why Kalampa Struggled Against Warriors

Nkana celebrates a goal against Power Dynamos at Arthur Davies in Kitwe

The respective twain teams were well-balanced in the opening minutes with both sides showing off superb game techniques. Though Nkana (Kalampa) had an edge with their buoyed confidence over the Magnificent Kabwe Warriors. But as the play progressed it was clear that Kalampa struggled against the visitors.   Notable at the front was Walter Bwalya (squad #10) who from much centred efforts beseemed in a hurry to stretch his goal-scoring tally and surely wasted the the greater number of the half chances which came his way. Kabwe Warriors, hence gathered up adequate confidence as the kick off was approaching the half hour mark. And the MTN FAZ super league leader Nkana was toiling to a closure of long balls and unmixed sets.   Nkana had a game